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A King And No King

Auhtor: Francis Beaumont And John Fletcher

Language: english

Genres:

drama,  poetry
Downloads: 98
eBook size: 124Kb

Review by M. Erb, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A King And No King':

The 21st Century King James Version is a minor update of the King James Version. However unlike the New King James Version it does not alter the language significantly from the 1611 version retaining Jacobean grammar (including thee and thou) but it does attempt to replace some of the vocabulary which no longer would make sense to a modern reader. An example from Ezra 9:3 Another example from the Gospel of Luke 11:27 The 21st Century King James Version is also known for its formatting. Passages considered more familiar are in bold print while less familiar passages are placed in a sans-serif print. Passages from the Revised Common Lectionary are marked with diamonds and the translations of names are sometimes included with brackets. The 21st Century King James Version has also been released in an edition with the Apocrypha and without the unusual formatting this is known as the Third Millennium Bible.

Excerpts from the Book 'A King And No King':


... you have the power to stand. The force of her swift looks, if you dislike,. I'le send you home with love, and name your ransom. Some other way, ...
... world. They will offend to death. Each minute: Let me hear thee speak again,. And thou art earth again: why this is like. Tigranes speech that ...
... by what subtil means you can. To be as backward in her love as I. Spa. Can you imagine that a longing maid. When she beholds you, can be pull'd ...
... tell, some thought we had, and the occasion of my hurt was this, the enemy had made Trenches. Gob. Captain, without the manner of your hurt be ...
... you have every one a peck brought home to our houses. Actus Tertius. Enter_ Arbaces _and Gobrias. Arb. My Sister take it ill. Gob. Not very ...
... do not think to cozen me with this:. I see you all are mute and stand amaz'd,. Fearful to answer me it is too true,. A decreed ...
... do it. Mar. Out with it Sir, if it be dangerous, I will not shrink to do you service, I shall not esteem my life a weightier matter than indeed ...
... we shall be richer far within, and harbour no such vices in 'em: the Gods preserve you, and mend. Arb. Mardonius_, stay _Mardonius, for though. My ...
... wilder people, that have known no manners,. Should live thus cloistred up for your loves sake,. If there be any in that noble heart,. To her ...
... throwes me where it lists,. And overwhelms all that oppose my will:. I have beheld thee with a lustfull eye. My heart is set on wickedness ...
... with such a foil. Sets off much valour. By description. I should now guess him to you, it was Bessus,. I dare almost with confidence pronounce it. Lyg. 'Tis ...
... Rent for you. Bes. Spare your self my good Lord my brave friends aim at nothing but the vertue. Bac. That's but a cold discharge Sir for ...
... thee, hear me thou Strumpet I have blotted out the name of Mother, as thou hast thy shame. Ara. My shame. thou hast less shame than any thing ...
... | Written by Francis Beamont & John Fletcher Gent. | The Stationer to | Dramatophilus. | A Play and no Play, who this Booke shall read, | Will judge, ...
... G] those tender. l. 4. A, B and G] I shall. l. 13. B, C and F] Thalectris. l. 16. B, C and G] others. l. 26. A, B and G] women out. l. 29. A] say. ...
... l. 19. A omits] you. ll. 25 and 26. A-G] Land as she. l. 29. A misprints] Arb. l. 31. A-D and G omit] a. p. 227, l. 2. A] opportunitie. ll. 4 and ...
... 209, ll. 31 and 32. A] 2 ll. me, brother. p. 212, ll. ii and 12. A] 3 ll. Panthea, gaze, out. ll. 23 and 24. A] 2 ll. you, gone. Act 5 is in verse ...
... read it, and like it,. You shall deliver it. Lig. Well Sir I will: but I have private busines with you. Tig. Speake, what ist. Lig. How ...
... ever. Notwithstanding all thy sinnes,. If thou hast hope, that there is yet a prayer. To save thee, turne, and speake it to your selfe. Gob. Sir, ...
... vassall. Arb. Grant me one request. Pan. Alas, what can I grant you. What I can I will. Arb. That you will please to marry me,. If I ...